Research by design in the trans-disciplinary context of the OCEAN Design Research Association

Michael U. Hensel, Defne Sunguroğlu Hensel, Jeffrey Turko

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This book chapter describes the OCEAN Design Research Association’s specific approach to transdisciplinary research by design, from its first manifestation as OCEAN net in 1994 until today. This commences with a short introduction to the history of the Association and an elaboration of the disciplinary backgrounds and expertise of the currently active members and their individual and collective research interests. Four examples of work are discussed that exemplify key aspects particular research areas within the Association. The selected projects form the basis for discussing the conceptual and methodological approaches that underlie the respective approach to research by design.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign innovation for the built environment: research by design and the renovation of practice
EditorsMichael U. Hensel
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
PublisherRoutledge; Taylor & Francis
Pages91-106
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)9780415596657
Publication statusPublished - 2 Feb 2012

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Hensel, M. U., Sunguroğlu Hensel, D., & Turko, J. (2012). Research by design in the trans-disciplinary context of the OCEAN Design Research Association. In M. U. Hensel (Ed.), Design innovation for the built environment: research by design and the renovation of practice (pp. 91-106). London, UK: Routledge; Taylor & Francis.
Hensel, Michael U. ; Sunguroğlu Hensel, Defne ; Turko, Jeffrey. / Research by design in the trans-disciplinary context of the OCEAN Design Research Association. Design innovation for the built environment: research by design and the renovation of practice. editor / Michael U. Hensel. London, UK : Routledge; Taylor & Francis, 2012. pp. 91-106
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